"Illustrated with over four hundred and fifty fine engravings."
Lincoln copy: Bound in leather, with stamped border on covers, gilt-stamped lettering on cover and spine, gilt edges, and marbled endpapers
Lincoln copy: Lacks front flyleaf and frontispiece
Lincoln copy: Bears handwritten inscription in ink on t.p.: Victor Judah[?], Oct. 8, 1890
Lincoln copy: Clippings, most with or accompanied by handwritten inscriptions, from various newspapers affixed to preliminary pages following t.p., p. 1, 1015, and 1034, and back endpaper, including an article titled Lincoln's long lost speech : his address at Convention of 1856, as reproduced forty years later from notes made at the time
Lincoln copy: Stamp, with date written in ink, affixed to p. : Essex, 14K, Superior ... Courvoisier, Wilcox Mfg. Co., May 1898
Margins are tight and text in the binding. No table of contents. Several newspaper clippings have been pasted at the beginning and end of this book.